Entrants must be residents of Maui County. Art Maui entries must have been created within the last two years without supervision. Works may not have been exhibited in any venue in Maui County. If any number within an edition has been shown, no other duplicate piece within the edition may be entered. All reproducible imagery is included in this description. All works must be original and created independently.
Preparation of entries
Entries must be finished and ready for display. Two-dimensional work must be properly mounted and/or framed and wired. No wet works will be accepted. Wires only, no sawtooth hangers. Art Maui and juror reserve the right to refuse works difficult to exhibit due to excessive size, weight, or due to presentation. Art with audio must have volume control.
Diptychs and triptychs will be juried as one piece.
Accepted artists are to be responsible for sitting one four-hour shift during the exhibit or contributing in some way as a volunteer to Art Maui 2005.
All artists must sign the Liability Release Form.
Lana‘i and Moloka‘i artists are responsible for their own shipping and pick-up.
Price on receiving day will remain the price of the work during Art Maui.
$10.00 per entry. This fee is non-refundable and entitles you to a one-year membership in Art Maui. Checks should be made payable to Art Maui. Each artist may enter a maximum of two original works.
Art Maui’s commission is 40% of the sale price. It is suggested that all art be for sale with the artist’s price reflecting the value of his or her work.
A minimum of $6,000 worth of art is expected to be purchased through the Purchase Pledge program. The State Foundation on Culture and the Arts will also consider purchases from the Art Maui 2005 exhibit. Work will be available to the public for purchase throughout the exhibition.